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Dog Areas in Creede

4 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries

Creede is a small town that sits in the mountains of Mineral County, Colorado. The town is known for the giant 40-foot aluminum fork sculpture that sits in the middle of town, called the World's Largest Fork. There is one veterinarian in Creede that your dog can visit for a checkup or emergency.

Check out Morton Park with your furry pal. This lovely park has a great picnic area that overlooks the Creede Cliffs, and offers a gorgeous scenic view. There is a great walking trail to take your dog on for a stroll. The park is open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. every day of the week, giving you more than enough time to visit. 

If you both are feeling a bit famished, stop into the Cascada Bar and Grill. They dish out Mexican and American food that your dog will be drooling over, plus they have a drink menu that pairs perfectly with any meal you decide to order. Their outdoor patio is covered and offers a great area to sit alongside your dog and chow down.

Your dog will love being able to explore the amazing sites of Creede with you by their side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Creede

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 116/sq mi

    #1 South Creede


    Grab Fido and explore the Rio Grande National Forest together.  This 1.83 million-acre forest will have more than enough activities for you and your dog to do, including fishing, camping, climbing, nature viewing, and of course, hiking. The forest has a plethora of trails that wind through it, like the Farmer's Creek Trail which is 7.7-miles long and offers a steep climb before hitting the Rio Grande River. Grab your pup and go on a hike along the LaGarita Stock Driveway Trail. This trail is 6.6-miles long and borders the southern end of the La Garita Wilderness. The trail has a 1,674-foot elevation gain and will take you through both the Rio Grande National Forest and the Gunnison National Forest.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 392/sq mi

    #2 Creede

    Stop by Basham Park with your furry pal for a nice afternoon out. The park sits in the middle of town and offers a gazebo, small grass area, and a great walking path that you two can use for a nice walk together. The Creede Multi-use Complex offers a baseball field, skatepark, community garden, and a nice walking trail throughout the park. After a fun hike stop by The Mac Mine for a bite to eat. This casual eatery offers a wide variety of mac-and-cheese dishes. Their outdoor patio is a great place to sit and eat a good meal together.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 214/sq mi

    #3 South Fork


    If you're looking for a fun adventure, then check out the South Fork Campgrounds. They offer an array of amenities like a playground, BBQ area with a pavilion, riverfront campsites, WIFI, and showers. The camping area sits along the Rio Grande River where Fido can splash around and cool off when you are visiting. The campgrounds have a nice wooded area that you can use for hiking and to get a walk in with your dog, just make sure to keep your pup on a leash when you are out and to bring clean-up bags along with you. Located in South Fork, and twenty miles out of Creede, your dog will love this campground.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #4 Pagosa Springs


    Check out the Thirty Mile Campground with your furry pal. This great campground is nestled on the banks of the Rio Grande River and just a short distance away from the Rio Grande Reservoir. The campgrounds offer great amenities like camping, fishing, hunting, picnicking, and water activities. There is a hiking trail throughout the area that you and Fido can go explore together, just make sure your dog stays on a leash. The trail is marked as easy, so any level of hiker can get a good walk in on it. Located twenty miles out of Creede in Pagosa Springs, your dog will love exploring this area with you.

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    Population Density 114/sq mi

    #5 Lake City

    Enjoy a day out at the Lake Fork Memorial Park with your dog. The park is adjacent to the Henson Creek and offers restrooms, softball fields, soccer fields, a fishing pier, and a skate park. There is a nice grass area that Fido can run around but no paved walking path for a walk. The Lake City Town Park offers restrooms, a playground, picnic tables, and a nice paved path around it that can be used for a walk with your four-legged pal. Make sure your dog stays on a leash while you visit both parks that are located fifty miles out of Creede in Lake City.
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